Francois Pazisnewende Kabore, SJ

The author is director of the Jesuit University Institute at the Center for Research and Action for Peace in Abidjan, Ivory Coast.


Introduction The last two decades have seen the emergence of new nongovernmental transnational entities that substantially influence the life of African nations. For this reason, the current president of the African Union (AU), Alpha Condé, strongly affirmed that Africa’s problems are primarily due to external influences.[1] The impact that companies have on the environment falls… Read the full article